US President Barack Obama on Monday announced $1 billion dollar lending support to Indian small and medium enterprises through Overseas Private Investment Corporation.
Phil Shaw, chief executive, Lockheed Martin India, in an e-mail interview elaborates on the company’s strategy for its growth in India.
At the invitation of Modi, Obama will be in New Delhi as the chief guest of the Republic Day parade on January 26.
The Obama Administration will focus significantly on India-US economic and financial partnership.
Two sides likely to announce key policies today.
The club faced threat of closure after New Delhi questioned membership to “non-diplomats”.
With the US, Modi has signalled a promising turn towards pragmatism and purposefulness.
PM Narendra Modi said developed countries should “understand” the challenges of poverty in developing nations.
Obama attaches ‘great priority’ to India relations, Kerry tells Modi.
If Modi gets the world’s biggest power right, his pursuit of larger global goals will be that much easier.
No forward movement is expected on the ambitious civil nuclear cooperation agreement.
US and India together can tackle global challenges, from security to providing clean energy, said Kerry.
White House, South Block working on details of Sept visit, Kerry to meet Sushma on July 13.
Modi said he looks forward to a result-oriented visit in September.
Tour was organised to understand current public policy issues and to strengthen India-US ties.